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Oct 31, 2019 High Desert Jamboree
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Tune in as Ashley 'Dungeon' Doyle and Chris 'Coyote' Calvo take you on a trip of terror for a special and horrifying High Desert Jambore. We will pay homage to all your favorite horror movies, tributes to old-timey radio horror, play some tortured trivia, and even let you in on which slasher we would prefer to kill us! Plus music! Even from legendary Flagstaff horror bands like Creature Feature and the Route 66 Killers. Tune in dear fiends, and Happy Halloween!
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Jul 5, 2019 This is the Colorado Plateau
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In this weeks episode we are so fortunate to have on two wonderful bird ecologists, Sean Mahoney and Peter Motyka. They recently helped publish a paper on bird communities who utilize non-native Russian Olive riparian habitat that dominates the banks of the San Juan River through Utah. Join us as we discuss this interesting study, the future of riparian habitat in the southwest, the threats of false science, and also offer some great advice to folks who may want to become an ecologist one day....
Topics: Science, Culture, Nature, Community, Ecology, Birds, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, Plateau
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Jun 22, 2019 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Tune in today for another walk on the Plateau with our resident forager Ashley Doyle. Ashley talks about wild mustard, morel mushrooms and the interesting plant called desert rhubarb. Also Ashley interviews Ryan Gordon, a Flagstaff local who is offering his knowledge, labor and passion on urban composting free of charge to anyone who is looking to turn their garden into a biologically healthy space. You can contact Ryan at gordongardenconsulting@gma il.com and join his great efforts here in...
Topics: Science, Community, Foraging, Composting, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, Plateau
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Jun 22, 2019 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Tune in for a special show all about a successful technique utilized for the conservation of endangered and threatened species known as captive breeding. From California Condors to the Kanab Ambersnail to the Narrow-headed Gartersnake (photo by George Andrejko), captive breeding is not only helping to increase these imperiled populations but also ensuring their genetic diversity. And we interview three of the amazing student researchers involved with the Narrow-headed Gartersnake Vivarium...
Topics: Science, Husbandry, Endangered, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, Plateau, Community
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May 30, 2019 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Journey with us today as we look to Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, and Fantasy Canyon in Utah, Chaco Canyon in New Mexico, Red Gap Ranch and areas near the Petrified Forest in Arizona, and learn about the harmful practices of gas, oil and mineral extraction. Our wonderful guest today is Lisa Test of the effective grass-roots organization No Fracking AZ, who guides us through the definition of fracking, the lack of regulations, and the very real threats due to fracking happening...
Topics: Science, Culture, Nature, Community, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Plateau, Fracking, Mining
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Mar 30, 2019 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Join us this week for a special episode all about the endemic and culturally sensitive plants of the Plateau region, as well as the mystery of the Juniper tree die-off that is occurring all around us. Also we have a wonderful interview with plant ecologist and conservation biologist Sara Souther all about a new project called the Tribal Nations Botanical Research Collaborative, and they need you help as Citizen Scientists to inventory culturally sensitive plants in our area. Learn how you can...
Topics: Science, Community, Culture, Nature, Plateau, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, Botany, Citizen...
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Mar 23, 2019 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Join us this week as we celebrate the unique beauty of the San Francisco Peaks in northern Arizona, and learn all about the incredibly specialized species that call it home. Also we spotlight the new book titled 'The Natural History of the San Francisco Peaks' and converse with the wonderful author, Ecologist Gwendolyn Waring. Gwendolyn discusses the formation of the peaks, shares much information about the fascinating tree and bird species that found their way to the slopes, and so much more....
Topics: Science, Culture, Community, Nature, Plateau, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, San Francisco...
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Mar 6, 2019 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Join nutritionist and forager Ashley Doyle for another show all about delicious food and great ways to forage your own fridge during the cold months. Ashley discusses ways for us all to get geared-up for the upcoming Spring foraging season, choosing the best field guides for your region, and the properties of herbs when utilizing them for different medicines. Also a great interview with urban farmer Summer White about Roots Micro Farm here in Flagstaff, AZ, about being part of the community,...
Topics: Science, Community, Culture, Nature, Arizona, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Plateau, Urban Farming
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Quiet on the set! Annnnd Action! This week we head to the movies as we explore many famous films that were shot right here in our region, as well as give some light to some local filmmakers, including the incredible students at the Star School, and off-the-grid elementary/middle school in northern Arizona. And this is all in honor of the wonderful Flagtsaff Mountain Film Festival that has been happening in our region since 2003.  Join my wonderful guests, John Tveten (Executive Director of the...
Topics: Plateau, Culture, Science, Community, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, Film, Photography
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Feb 8, 2019 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This week we turn our attention to the things that are often tough to know about but absolutely important to shine a spotlight on and hopefully end these horrific events in our region and beyond.  The wildlife on the Colorado Plateau are beautiful and diverse, but they are often impacted by human interaction and in some cases, the wildlife of an area are completely and utterly devastated. Small things like leaving micro-trash in the environment where it ends up in the stomach of unsuspecting...
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Topics: Science, Community, Advocacy, Education, Wildlife, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, Plateau
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Jan 25, 2019 This is the Colorado Plateau
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As the longest government shutdown in history continues, we turn our attention to some of the negative impacts that this is causing on our public lands around the Plateau and beyond. Also, Notes from the Field, thoughts from you the amazing listeners and contributors, and some good music to get us through these difficult times together.
Topics: Plateau, Science, News, Culture, Community, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico
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Jan 18, 2019 This is the Colorado Plateau
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We are happy to be back on the air after a nice winter break, and on today's episode we will be highlighting one of the truly great community events that takes place annually here on the Colorado Plateau and that is the Rumble on the Mountain. The Rumble is in its fifth year now and this years topic is the Ongoing Legacy of Uranium Mining on the Colorado Plateau. To honor this event we are sharing some recordings from the very first Rumble on the Mountain, playing music from past and current...
Topics: Colorado, Plateau, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Hopi, Navajo, Havasupai, Science, Community
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Jan 18, 2019 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Giving thanks to all of you wonderful folks today on this Thanksgiving. Appreciate you so much for your effort in listening to this radio show, and hope you are surrounded by love and friends and family. On this episode we open up the Colorado Plateau classroom and attend a lecture by Mark Charles titled 'A Native Perspective on the Buried History of America', a difficult and incredibly insightful talk to listen to on this day of thanks and reflection.
Topics: Colorado Plateau, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Science, Community, Education
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Nov 9, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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It's that time of the season again friends, and now that crisp autumn is in the air, guest host, forager and nutritionist Ashley Doyle is back on the air to bring you some great knowledge on foraging the Colorado Plateau.  This time around she discusses medicinal and nutritional properties of Common Mullein, Mormon Tea, Snakeweed, Pinyon, and Coyote Gourd. Join us as we wander the Plateau and learn all about what our region has to offer.
Topics: Science, Community, Foraging, Botany, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, Plateau
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Nov 2, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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On this episode of our radio hour we explore the short but full life of Everett Ruess, an artist and wanderer who disappeared in the heart of the Grand Staircase-Escalante in 1934.  Join us as we look at his past, hear some of his writings, and listen to some songs inspired by one of the great Plateau mysteries.
Topics: Science, Culture, Community, History, Colorado Plateau, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Everett Ruess
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Nov 2, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Tune in to the radio hour to learn all about something that is near and dear to our hearts...Biological Soil Crust. Join us as we open up the Colorado Plateau Classroom and attend an entertaining lecture by soil ecologist Jayne Belnap and learn all about this amazing life form, the ecosystem services it performs, and about efforts to restore it in areas it was destroyed. The recording is courtesy of a great program put on in Aspen, CO called Naturalist Nights and was put on by the great folks...
Topics: Science, Culture, Community, Colorado Plateau, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Biological Soil Crust
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Sep 26, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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On this weeks episode we embrace a new pillar (as we like to call them) of our show. We are all about science, culture, nature and community, but today we will add history into the mix as the Plateau region is rich with many interesting tales. Join my wonderful guest historian John Westerlund as we dive into the story of the 1887 murder of six year old Johnny Elden Jr. in northern Arizona, shot by a wayward bullet from an angry muleskinner...or was he? And if it is not young Johnny Elden Jr. in...
Topics: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, History, Science, Community
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Sep 14, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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In this weeks episode we highlight the celebrate the wonders of poetry and literature with two honored guests and authors, the Navajo Nation Poet Laureate Laura Tohe, and the Executive Director of the Northern Arizona Book Festival Jesse Sensibar. Also, music inspired by literature and so much more...
Topics: Colorado, Plateau, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Navajo Nation, Community, Poetry, Festival
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Sep 1, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This week on your favorite regional science show we explore the wonderful world of bats. An often misunderstood, but incredibly important part of our planet, especially right here in the Southwest. We talk with biologist and bat researcher Clarissa Starbuck all about bats of our region, the things bats do for humans and the ecosystem that many folks might not realize, and about her important research regarding bat populations, landscape movements and how to lessen impacts from wind turbines in...
Topics: Colorado, Plateau, Science, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, NAU, Biology, Bats, Landscape, Ecology
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Aug 17, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Come take a field trip with me out to the amazing Pecos Conference, held at the base of the San Francisco Peaks in northern Arizona this year. The Pecos Conference is a southwest archaeology gathering and has been going strong since the 1920's. Hear from some of the attendees and organizers as they share memories of the Pecos, their research, and their hopes for the future of this truly unique and worthwhile science conference. 
Topics: Science, Archaeology, Pecos, Arizona, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Plateau, Community
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Aug 3, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Tune in today for a special edition of the radio hour all about wildfires and the amazing women and men who fight them. Attend a lecture with Forest Ecologist Paul Hessburg on how we got to this point of mega-fires that are over 100,000 acres, find out about what it is like going to Fire School, and what it is like to be a Hotshot or Smokejumper, and what the heck is in that red stuff they dump from planes anyway? All that and a couple of fire tunes too. Thanks so much for continuing to listen,...
Topics: Plateau, Science, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, Community, Wildfire, Megafires, Hotshots,...
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Jul 27, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Look closely in many places on the Plateau and it is almost inevitable that you will find at least one piece of rock art. From the smallest spiral tucked away somewhere to whole panels of petroglyphs and pictographs, sometimes along a canyon wall for as far as you can see. Our great guest interview this week is with archaeologist Michael Terlep who extensively studied the enigmatic cup and channel petroglyphs of the Arizona Strip and Grand Staircase-Escalante. Michael shares with us the idea of...
Topics: Plateau, Science, Culture, Community, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, Rock Art, Petroglyphs,...
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Jul 20, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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In this special edition of your favorite regional science hour we dive into the most beautiful time of year on the Plateau...the Monsoon Season. Join me as we learn about the origin of the name Monsoon and how this annual weather pattern develops. We also explore the ancient life within desert potholes, or ephemeral pools that fill up during this magical time of year and have living fossils existing within. And finally we talk about being safe out there in the wilds as you are exploring the...
Topics: Plateau, Science, Drought, Monsoon, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, Science, History, Monsoon,...
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Jul 13, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This week brings us out to the high deserts of the Colorado Plateau where the wild horses of the Diné Nation struggle to survive during this seemingly unending drought. But there is always hope when things seem the darkest, and a grassroots effort started by local folks in Gray Mountain and Flagstaff called Gray Mountain Horse Heroes has stepped up to help the horses in any way they can. We interview four of the Horse Heroes, Paul Lincoln, Glenda Seweingyawma, Eileen Taggart and Billie McGraw...
Topics: Horses, Gray Mountain, Flagstaff, Dine, Hopi, Community, Science, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado,...
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Jul 6, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Join guest host extraordinaire, master chef and nutritionist Ashley Doyle as she takes us on a journey through the Colorado Plateau to forage for wild and delicious foods, dyes and medicine too.
Topics: Science, Culture, Nature, Community, Colorado Plateau, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Foraging, Summer
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Jun 30, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This week we interview our honored guest Jim Enote from Zuni, the CEO of The Colorado Plateau Foundation and a truly wonderful human being. We discuss life on Zuni, counter-mapping, respecting Native knowledge and science as two separate yet powerful tools, and many more topics.  And in the first part of the show we explored sacredness as a means of environmental protection, and traveled from Zuni Salt Lake to the Little Colorado River Confluence and to the high slopes of the San Francisco...
Topics: Plateau, Science, Zuni, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Community, Foundation
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Jun 13, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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In Part 5 of our 5 part series about Science Communication we close the series with a glimpse into communicating science within the classroom. My guest Dr. Tad Theimer, Biology Professor at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff shares his insights into what it means to be a good teacher, the joys of meeting and helping students, and the importance of science literacy. Also the host and friends of This is the Colorado Plateau share memories of their favorite science teachers in their lives....
Topics: Science, Communication, Classroom, Plateau, Biology, Colorado, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, NAU
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Jun 2, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This week brings us two great guests for part 4 of 5 in our Science Communication series, this time focusing on communicating through the lens of a camera. Landscape photographer and soil scientist Mike Remke and wildlife photographer Tim Macy share their perspectives and experiences from behind the camera, and what photography means to them personally. 
Topics: Science, Communication, Plateau, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Landscape, Wildlife,...
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May 25, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This week on part 3 of our 5 part Science Communication series we focus in on the airwaves and look into science communication over the radio. My wonderful guest Melissa Sevigny (Science and Technology Reporter at KNAU Public Radio Station in Flagstaff, AZ) talks about creating a story, about the joys of science reporting and about many of her wonderful segments that you can hear anytime in the KNAU archives. Also we talked about her two books, Mythical River and Under Desert Skies. Many thanks...
Topics: Science, Communication, Public Radio, Flagstaff, KNAU, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado,...
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May 25, 2018 High Desert Jamboree
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To our dear friend, who never stopped rocking, and never stopped loving us all - Petru Demain. 
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Topics: Dedication, Colorado, Plateau, Arizona, High, Desert, Jamboree
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May 17, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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We continue our Science Communication series this morning looking at science and literature with special guest, author Craig Childs who has a spectacular new book out called Atlas of a Lost World - Travels in Ice Age America. Tune in to hear a conversation with this amazing man, as well as words from Ed Abbey and E O Wilson, and a journey through time across the Colorado Plateau and the Great Basin.
Topics: Colorado, Plateau, Science, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Craig Childs, Author, Ice Age, Pleistocene
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May 11, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This is the first part in a five part series that seeks different perspectives in the art of Science Communication. We will focus in on the often overlooked part of science that is one of its most important aspects; getting science out there to the people. We will highlight science communication through a daily newspaper, through literature, radio, the lens of a camera and in front of the classroom. Kicking things off is today's interview with Emery Cowan, Environmental, Health and Science...
Topics: Science, Communication, Plateau, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Newspapers
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May 4, 2018
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No guest this week friends, instead we turn the radio show into a classroom and join a lecture given by legendary regional geologist Wayne Ranney as he discusses how the Grand Canyon was formed and the endless debate over how old the Grand Canyon actually is. This was from a recording on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon at the Shrine of the Ages courtesy of the Grand Canyon Association. 
Topics: Plateau, Science, Geology, Grand Canyon, River, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wildfire
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Apr 27, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This time around we are focusing on drought and water conservation and have guest Erin Young who is the City of Flagstaffs Water Resources Manager on and we discuss the future of water security in Flagstaff, the history of the water supply here and conservation measures that are in place, as well as things everyone can do to conserve our precious water. Also a report on dust on snow, the US Drought Index Monitor, and the plight of the ancient Hohokam Nation who experienced one of the worse...
Topics: Science, Plateau, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Drought, Water, Conservation, Flagstaff
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Apr 19, 2018
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We took the week off of Science to celebrate Earth Week and instead of our usual program I did a whole musical tribute to all my fellow DJ's at Flagstaff's Community Radio Station - Radio Sunnyside 101.5 FM. There is so much talent here, and they deserve the spotlight. So listen in and hear about some of the amazing programs your Flagstaff community station has to offer. And please consider donating to your favorite program to offset the costs us volunteers pay by heading over to...
Topics: Radio, Sunnyside, Flagstaff, 101.5 FM, Community, Arizona, Plateau, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado,...
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Apr 17, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This weeks episode is all about the importance of Citizen Science and Science Advocacy. We will highlight citizen science opportunities for our listeners to join in, talk about the upcoming March for Science Flagstaff - 2018 event as well as the Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Projects Wild & Scenic Film Festival, and have a conversation with Mexican Wolf Advocates Jean and Peter Ossorio from New Mexico. Also an audio postcard from Citizen Scientist extraordinaire Ashley Doyle.
Topics: Plateau, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Science, Advocacy, Community, Wolf
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Apr 6, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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 Tune in for another installment of This is the Colorado Plateau tomorrow at 10 AM (MST), streaming on  www.radiosunnyside.com , as we focus on water and drought across the region. Our 3 wonderful guests are participating in the upcoming Student Water Symposium at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ, and we will hear about their research and about the importance of water policy in the West. 
Topics: Colorado, Plateau, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Water, Drought, Science, Research, Conservation, NAU,...
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Mar 30, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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 Episode 10 of This is the Colorado Plateau is here friends ( Heard at 10AM MST and streaming worldwide on  www.radiosunnyside.org , and in Flagstaff, AZ on 101.5 FM). Can't wait to talk to Inka Knittle  one of the organizers of the Grand Falls Clean-Up Event, and we are also bringing you dear listeners opportunities on how you can get involved with volunteer activities this Spring on the Plateau.
Topics: Plateau, Science, Volunteer, Grand Falls, Navajo Nation, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New mexico,...
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Mar 23, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This week we are focusing on the indigenous perspective surrounding Bears Ears National Monument by sharing the Heritage Voices podcast that recorded the thoughts of four amazing people. The panel consisted of Lyle Balenquah (Hopi Archaeologist), Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk (Education Coordinator for the Ute Indian Museum), Ed Kabotie (Hopi/Tewa artist and musician) and Angelo Baca (Diné/Hopi, Filmmaker and Cultural Resources Coordinator for Utah Diné Bikeyah). Tune in to hear their experiences...
Topics: Science, Sovereignty, Navajo, Hopi, Ute, Zuni, Bears Ears, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado,...
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Mar 16, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This weeks episode will find us not on the Plateau, but deep within it, as we explore cave ecology and biology with Ecologist and NAU Research Professor Jut Wynne. Also we have a segment on the late Stephen Hawking, Notes from the Field featuring the land swap news from the Hopi Nation, a new Audio Postcard from the Plateau, and more!
Topics: Science, Ecology, Cave, Plateau, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah
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Mar 9, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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Our tribute to the life of Katie Lee and her fight to restore Glen Canyon.
Topics: Plateau, Sciecncem Arizona, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Glen Canyon, Katie Lee
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Mar 2, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This show highlights the importance of dark skies on the Plateau as well as focuses in on the biggest discovery to ever happen in the Plateau region...the planet Pluto. Our guest Kevin Schindler is the historian at Lowell Observatory and has a new book out titled 'Pluto and Lowell Observatory', so join us as we leave the Plateau for a little while and blast off into space.
Topics: Plateau, Science, Pluto, Dark Skies, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Lowell Observatory
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Feb 16, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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From the deepest canyons and most sacred waters of the Plateau this edition of the show takes you on a journey to meet the people whose connections to these areas run deep. Also an interview with photographer Amy Martin and filmmaker Justin Clifton on the legacy of Uranium contamination on the Plateau.
Topics: Plateau, Science, Uranium, Water is Life, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado
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Feb 9, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This week we interview Emily Renn and Lauren Cain of the Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project.
Topics: Plateau, Science, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Mexican Gray Wolf, Grand Canyon
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Feb 2, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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A special edition of This is the Colorado Plateau where we dive into the words and hear the voice of the legend of the Plateau, Edward Abbey. 
Topics: Plateau, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Edward Abbey, Cactus Ed
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Jan 31, 2018 This is the Colorado Plateau
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This weeks show is going to the birds! We have a great interview with Biologist and Field Manager Tim Hauck of the Peregrine Funds California Condor Recovery Team, and we learn all about the amazing and critically endangered California Condor. 
Topics: California Condor, Birds, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Science, Plateau